The intellectual struggle for Florence humanists and the beginnings of the Medici regime, 1420-1440 /
Florence in the early fifteenth century is generally regarded as the epicentre of the early Renaissance. This book shows how ideas grew out of the political and social struggles that came with the rise of the Medici, and how, against nearly all historiographical assumptions, the seemingly 'elit...
|Main Author:||Field, Arthur, 1948-|
|Other Authors:||Oxford Scholarship Online.|
Oxford University Press,
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